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APEC Oil and Gas Security Exercise in Peru

  • 22 agosto, 2018

    Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) /The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) participated in the preparation of this document as an expert issuing its recommendations to the study.

    MARYSOL DEL VALLE

    Perú

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  • Resumen:

    The Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) has been conducting the Oil and Gas Exercise since 2013 following the APEC Energy Ministers’ directive (10th APEC Energy Ministerial Meeting) in St. Petersburg in June 2012 to pursue regional cooperation on supply emergency response through workshops and exercises. Such directive intends to aid APEC economies to improve policy response and measures in dealing with or resolving any magnitude of energy supply disruption based on their respective domestic conditions.
    APERC held the first two oil and gas security exercises (OGSE) in 2013 – the Joint Southeast Asian Exercise in Bangkok, Thailand, and the Indonesian Exercise. In November 2015, APERC officially launched the Oil and Gas Security Initiative (OGSI) expanding the program related to supply security consisting of three pillars, one of which is the OGSE. The Philippines hosted the 3rd OGSE and the first under the OGSI in December 2015. Finally, on March 2017, Australia was host to the 4th OGSE, which was a regional capacity building with the participation of other APEC economies – Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.
    This report presents the outcome of the OGSE in Peru (the 5th exercise) jointly organised by APERC and the Peruvian government through the Ministry of Energy and Mines on 6-8 November 2017. The OGSE in Peru was a ‘blind’ type exercise, in which participants were briefed about hypothetical supply disruptions without prior notice. The report contains the Peruvian participants’ responses to the two hypothetical emergency scenarios formulated, one for oil and another for gas. The report analyses thoroughly the comments and recommendations provided by the Expert Review Team for each scenario. This feedback aims to improve Peru’s response measures, policies, plans, procedures and communication strategies to better face supply emergency situations.

    The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) participated in the preparation of this document as an expert issuing its recommendations to the study.

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